Targeting millennials for disability income is a sound DI business strategy. Millennials are defined as individuals born between 1981 and 1996. Today’s millennials are between 22 and 37. The ones at the older end of the spectrum are ideal candidates for disability income. Understanding how this demographic is different from baby boomers can help you tailor your DI sales
Retirement, business loans, and key employees are important concerns for small business owners. Introduce small business owners to these DI products designed to protect their businesses and retirement savings in the event of a disabling injury or sickness: DI Retirement Plan Protection The first thing that stops when you are disabled and struggling to make ends meet is saving money. Retirement plan
“Why paycheck protection? I was thinking about life insurance,” your young professional client asks. Here’s why: As a nation we carry a heavy debt load, especially in times of optimism when jobs are plentiful and economy is humming. Two out of three Americans live paycheck to paycheck. Losing income for even a short period of
Individual disability income insures that your clients will be able to maintain their financial independence in the event they become too sick or injured to work for a period of time. Yet, a LIMRA study shows that only 18% of consumers recall being approached about buying disability insurance – less than half as many as those being approached for life insurance.
Disability income (DI) is earning our associates thousands of extra dollars in compensation. Source Brokerage, Inc. represents the major DI carriers and has the expertise you need to increase your commissions by $100,000 in just five years with DI sales.